balmacaan

bal·ma·caan

 (băl′mə-kăn′, -kän′)
n.
A loose, full overcoat with raglan sleeves, originally made of rough woolen cloth.

[After Balmacaan, an estate near Inverness, Scotland.]

balmacaan

(ˌbælməˈkɑːn)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a man's knee-length loose flaring overcoat with raglan sleeves
[C19: after Balmacaan, near Inverness, Scotland]

bal•ma•caan

(ˌbæl məˈkæn, -ˈkɑn)

n.
a loose-fitting, somewhat flared, single-breasted overcoat, often of tweed and with raglan sleeves.
[1915–20; after Balmacaan near Inverness, Scotland]
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